Indian PM Modi irked over coverage of Radio Pakistan in standoff against Pakistan

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Indian PM Modi irked over coverage of Radio Pakistan in standoff against Pakistan

NEW DELHI - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been irked by the coverage of Radio Pakistan in the current standoff between the two countries.

He lashed out on Congress led opposition for statements against his government’s policies in the current escalation in tensions as these are being quoted by Radio Pakistan.

Prime Minister Modi accused opposition parties of helping Pakistan and harming India with their statements.

Speaking at an event in the state of Tamil Nadu he said these statements are being quoted by Radio Pakistan and in the Parliament of Pakistan.

It may be recalled that Radio Pakistan's News, Current Affairs Channel and Social Media departments have extensively covered the events during the current Pakistan India escalation in tensions. Current Affairs Channel conducted special talk shows and discussions and news bulletins carried latest developments with credible and accurate reporting.

National Broadcaster’s official twitter handle registered phenomenal increase in its following, adding thousands of new followers on daily basis being one of the leading social media handles of government of Pakistan. Radio Pakistan being the voice of the nation has always played a key role in informing and educating its listeners.